15 Best Android App Stores of 2018 to Download Unlimited Free Apps!

An app store (application store) is an online portal through which software programs are made available for procurement and download. All major mobile operating system vendors, including Apple, Google, BlackBerry and Microsoft, run their own app stores, which gives them control over the software available on their respective platforms. There are also several third-party app stores in operation. Here I am going to talk about 13 best Android App Stores to download unlimited free apps.

Here goes the best Android app stores of 2017…

1. Google Play Store:
Google Play Store is Google’s official source for Android apps and downloads. In addition to housing over one million apps and games in its digital library, the Google Play Store also provides a multitude of music files and videos. Users can search for specific application by keyword or browse apps in the Google Play library via category. Purchases are made directly with the app and are downloaded to any Android device (tablet or mobile phone) linked to User’s account.

2. Getjar:
This particular app store has been around for a very long time. I distinctly remember using their website to download apps on my Nokia phone almost a decade ago. You will find a huge repository of free apps here for various platforms including Android. Getjar is fairly basic, but apps are divided into categories and sub-categories within the store to make it easier to find what you want. They also offer the largest virtual currency on Google Play, Getjar Gold, which is available to more than 100 million users. You can use the Getjar website to download and access apps or you can download the dedicated Getjar app store APK.

3. Slideme Market:
Slideme is also one of the oldest app stores and has a considerably large user-base. Moreover, you don’t really need to download any client and can simply browse for apps and download APKs directly to your PC from the site. After you can copy the APKs to your Android device and install them manually. Unlike other Play Sore alternatives, this one handpicks the best of the best apps and brings them to the forefront.

4. F-Droid:
F-Droid can be installed from the official website, and it certainly presents refreshing idea. Unlike other app store, F-Droid is funded by donations, and the apps themselves don’t have review or rating. But all of the app contained within there are FOSS (Free and Open Source Software). If you want open-source and ad-free apps, you should try out F-Droid.

5. Mobogenie:
If you’re looking for an easy to use and reliable Play Store alternative for your Android device, then this one has all the ingredients you may need. This website comes with an installable client which can be downloaded and run on your PC. After that, you will be able to back up your phone, download apps and wallpapers and even edit contacts.

6. MoboMarket:
If you want to know what is popular among your local area, MoboMarket has the Top List of over 800,000 apps. Tell MoboMarket where you are, you will have a list of popular Apps & Games, served in your native language. You can visit their website or down load their APK and install it in your phone.

7. 1Mobile:
1Mobile Market only accepts free apps, but that doesn’t mean you should discard it an alternative to Google Play. Uploading apps is free, but there is an approval process your app has to pass through. This shouldn’t be an issue as long as your app doesn’t contain malware. 1Mobile Market claims to have more than 100 million installs with more than 800,000 apps listed. Users are offered recommendations based on their preference, which is to discover new apps.

8. Mobile9:
Mobile9 has more than 40 million active users, so it’s another option worth considering. Users can share and comment on the apps they have installer, similar to a social network for apps. Another upside is that publishing apps is free. With more than 200 million downloads per month and only 30,000 developers, It’s definitely worth a try.

9. Mobango:
Publishing apps on Mobango is also free. With millions of users and top apps generating thousands of download every day, Mobango is a good choice for publishing your app. There are currently 100,000 apps in the Mobango app store.

10. AppBajar:
AppBajar, A mobile app that recommends and helps users download multi-purpose, multilingual android applications. Also, it will work as a media player for paid song and e-book reader for digital book contents, which are only available in AppBajar marketplace. Bangladesh’s AppBajar is B2C marketplace for all kinds of mobile applications & Digital Contents. AppBajar focuses on Bengali apps, but supports apps in English, Hindi, Chinese and Japanese.

11. Soc.io Mall:
Soc.io Mall’s tagline is “The Android Mall that Loves Developers”. It offers high revenue share, 80/20, and listing your app is free. It currently has less than 10,000 apps, but the marketplace isn’t limited to apps, users can also buy games, eBooks, music, videos, and audio books. The number of active users isn’t as high as other app stores, but competition is also much lower.

12. Opera Mobile Store:
In Opera Mobile Store there are a ton of apps there, but they are not at the level we expect from a fully featured Play Store alternative. However, if you are worried about your security and only want to download apps from reliable source, this is as reliable as it can get.

13. AppBrain:
This Play Store alternative has helped me a lot in my research and is still going very strong. This App Store alternative allows you success to some details that are not given at any other place. It is an easy way to know how much space an app will occupy on your Android device. There are a lot of apps you can search and download from this store.

14. Zedge:
Zedge is one of the most popular app store alternative now a days. You can access their official website or just download the APK. Zedge is the most trusted app in phone personalization with free wallpapers, ringtones, app icons, alarms and notification sounds to easily customize your phone, tablet or other mobile device.

15. Galaxy Apps:
Samsung is providing personalized apps for their Galaxy Phone users now a days. If you own a Galaxy device or Gear, or both, you’ll fund apps designed for your Galaxy or Gear in one place. No more searching through the legions of app in different app stores. The Galaxy Apps store is also a go-to source for perks and deals offered only to Galaxy and gear users.
There are many alternative app stores on which you can download Android application, with each store having its pros and cons. Although neither of these can replace the Google Play Store. While they are not as reliable as the official Google Play Store, they do provide a pretty good service.
If you have experiences, good or bad, with any of the Android App Stores mentioned, or even if you want to mention another one, please feel free to post a comment.